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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Broadcast Info For Saturday's First Home Game

By Scott Rhymer

First, as a reminder, I join Mickey Plyler every Friday morning at 6:40 a.m. on WCCP 104.9 FM to break down the upcoming Clemson game. This week, Mickey and I will recap the big win over Auburn and preview the home opener vs. Ball State on Saturday.

The Tiger Pregame Show, driven by D&D Ford, will return to Clemson for the first time in 5 games on Saturday, broadcasting live from the lawn at Littlejohn from 6:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. 

Former Tiger Willy Korn will make his Tiger Pregame Show hosting debut in Clemson after a successful debut to the show last week in Atlanta. He will join me and Roy Philpott to break down the Clemson and Ball State game, our 118th consecutive broadcast live on location where the Tigers play.

We have interviews with Dabo Swinney, Chad Morris, Brent Venables, and several key players that will have an impact on the game. Will Vandervort will once again provide interviews for the Tiger Pregame Show, allowing fans to hear exactly what the players and coaches are thinking about the upcoming game.

We will all give our Clemson/Ball State prediction in addition to our ACC and SEC locks of the week. 

You can listen to the Tiger Pregame Show, driven by D&D Ford, on WCCP 104.9 FM in the upstate of South Carolina. You can also download the WCCP App or the Tune In App, both of which are free and will allow you to stream WCCP 104.9 FM on your Iphone, Blackberry, and Droid phones.

Stay tuned in all day via your App or radio as WCCP 104.9 FM is the Flagship Station for Clemson sports and has all of the Clemson coverage. The Oconee Medical Center Tiger Tailgate Show with David Stein and Roy Philpott will air immediately following the Tiger Pregame Show at 9:30. Pre-game with Pete Yanity and Will Merritt will begin at 11:30 from inside of Memorial Stadium. The game broadcast itself will be followed by the 5th Quarter Show, hosted by Roy Philpott, which begins approximatly 45 minutes after the end of the game.

As in the past, we want you to stay connected to the Tiger Pregame Show via our social networks. If you post on the Tiger Pregame Show Facebook or Twitter pages during our broadcast, we will do our best to give you a “shout out” on the air.

Finally, I would like to say that this deserves a great ovation as they come down the hill Saturday.  This will be the first time Clemson has come down the hill as defending ACC Champion since 1992.

You need to be there, in the stands, ready to welcome them down the hill.

Go Tigers!

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